FW: [Stories] New art, new literature in Birmingham!
[mailto:Stories-bounces@...]On Behalf Of Jim Reed
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 1:19 PM
Subject: [Stories] New art, new literature in Birmingham!
Comedian Steve Martin won't be present at the debut of the new issue of
Birmingham Arts Journal, but his story will be! Martin is one of more than
two dozen artists and writers who have contributed work to this issue.
Join us for the opening reception and debut of the most exciting issue of
this non-profit literary quarterly, Friday, April 9, from 5 till 8pm at the
Birmingham Art Association Gallery.
Also featured at the opening will be works by member artists of the
Birmingham Art Association.
Editor Jim Reed says that this new issue of the Journal includes work by
such artists and writers as: Jack Adams, Deborah Ballog, A. Embry Burrus,
Peter Cooper, Jeff Faulk, Fred First, DC Gwinup, Margaret Harrill, Jimmy
Carl Harris, Katherine Hastings, Amorak Huey, Allen Johnson Jr., Eleanor
Johnston, Geoff Langdon, Steve Martin, Rebecca Conner McKinney, A. Mary
Murphy, David Murray, Liz Reed, Jim Reed, Carolynne Scott, K. Thomas, Liz
Winn, Fedra Yazdi, Polina Zaitseva.
Also invited to the reception are artists and writers who are scheduled to
appear in future issues, as well as those who have been previously published
in the Journal.
Editor Reed points out that the Journal is published by the non-profit
Birmingham Art Assocation, founded in 1908. Staff includes DC Gwinup,
art/poetry editor; Kathy Jolley, production editor; Liz Reed, president,
Birmingham Art Association; and editorial advisors Irene Latham, David
Murray and Scott Gordon.
Birmingham Arts Journal Reception:
Friday, April 9, 5 till 8pm.
Birmingham Art Association Gallery
(across the street from the historic Alabama Theatre in Downtown Birmingham,
Birmingham Arts Journal $4 per issue, $14 per year, tax deductible
Next issue goes on sale July 9, 2004.
You can purchase issues of the Birmingham Arts Journal at these locations:
Alabama Art Supply, Bare Hands Gallery, Birmingham Art Association Gallery,
Birmingham Museum of Art Gift Shop, Birmingham-Southern College Bookstore,
Books & Company, Crosshaven Books, Jonathan Benton Bookseller, Little
Professor Book Center, Reed Books/The Museum of Fond Memories, Smith and
Hardwick Books, Snoozy's Books The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute Gift
Shop, University of Alabama at Birmingham Book Store.
Come see all the great writers and artists, living and dead, at Reed
Books/The Museum of Fond Memories.
Tuesday-Saturday 10am till 5pm